1. Audible Books
2. Learning Models
- Colorado Brain Injury Manual for Educators – Brain Injury in Children and Youth: A Manual for Educators which includes information on neuroanatomy, developmental stages, assessing functional behavior, learning implications and intervention strategies as they relate to youth with a brain injury.
- Colorado Matrix Tool for Learning Strategies: The matrix offers a wide range of suggested assessment tools and intervention strategies for students with TBI. It covers the 16 areas of processing/learning most commonly affected by a TBI.
- New York Project LEARNet: Brain Injury Association’s online problem solving for children with TBI at school and home.
- BrainSTEPS: Webinars and Online videos for Educators as well as learning strategies for teachers.
3. Free Phone, Tablet. and Computer Apps
- Breathe2Relax: Hands-on stress management tool with breathing exercises. Designed to help you with mood stabilization, anger control, and anxiety management.
- Relax Melodies: Improve your sleep and concentration with 52 sleep sounds and music tracks to create your perfect mix.
- Worry Box- Anxiety Self Help: Learn to control worry and get relief from anxiety.
- ClearRecordLite: Audio recording app that suppresses ambient, background noise allowing the user to record conversations in noisy environments while maintaining clear voices.
- Evernote: Take notes, capture photos, create to-do lists, record voice reminders, and make notes completely searchable.
- Flashcard Deluxe: Flashcard app which can be used to study just about anything you want.
- Learning Ally Audio: Easy access to Learning Ally’s downloadable DAISY formatted books
- SpeakWrite: Voice recorder that turns your phone into a fully functional dictation system. Record, edit, and send your audio.
- Go Read: Easy access to Bookshare books within seconds.
- F.lux: Software that makes the color of your computer or tablet screens adapt to the time of day.
4. Assistive Technology
- The Connecticut Tech Act Project: helps individuals with brain injuries have access to Assistive Technology devices and services.
- FamilyConnect (created by the American Foundation for the Blind): A site for parents of children with visual impairments. This site gives information on the various visual conditions; emotional impact on children and families; support services; and is a great resource for Nonoptical, Optical, and High Tech Devices.